Diabetic Nephropathy Diet

Can diabetics with kidney disease eat honey? High blood sugar is the biggest concern for diabetics, so they dont dare to eat any sweet, sugar and dessert. Therefore, most diabetics with kidney disease think they cant eat honey. Is this thou

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Can Diabetics with Kidney Disease Eat Honey

2014-06-08 07:58

Can Diabetics with Kidney Disease Eat HoneyCan diabetics with kidney disease eat honey? High blood sugar is the biggest concern for diabetics, so they don’t dare to eat any sweet, sugar and dessert. Therefore, most diabetics with kidney disease think they can’t eat honey. Is this thought real? Should they give up the taste of honey?

Firstly, I have to emphasize that the amount of carbohydrates matter more the amount of sugar for diabetics. If they take extra carbohydrates, it will still impair their sugar control. Just like other sugar, honey is one concentrated source of carbohydrate. For example, a teaspoon of honey contains 5.8 g of carbohydrates. Therefore, we have know diabetics with kidney disease indeed should control the intake amount of sugar.

If you want to add honey to your water or your tea, you should try to keep the amount eat very small and make sure the honey won’t increase your blood sugar. If you want to know how much honey you can eat one time, you can consult the doctor online to get the answer.

Today, we are here to give you some other dietary suggestions to help improve your illness condition.

1. Develop a low-sugar or sugar-free diet

I believe you must know why you should follow such a diet plan. Therefore, you had better control the intake of sugar-containing foods strictly. If your blood sugar isn’t controlled very well, you should avoid them completely.

2. Follow a low-protein diet

When kidneys are damaged, extra protein will burden the kidney largely. From this point, you should determine how much protein you should eat every day and choose high-quality protein as the protein supplement. For example, milk, egg white and fish are good choice.

3. Arrange a low-sodium diet

Diabetics with kidney disease are more likely to experience swelling and high blood pressure. To avoid or ease these symptoms, you must arrange a low-sodium diet.

To know more about dietary suggestions for diabetics with kidney disease, you can contact our online doctor directly.

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